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dispensary

 [dis-pen´ser-e]
1. a place for dispensation of free or low-cost medical treatment.
2. any place where drugs or medicines are actually dispensed.

dis·pen·sa·ry

(dis-pen'săr-ē),
1. A physician's office, especially the office of one who dispenses medicines.
2. The office of a hospital pharmacist, where medicines are given out on physicians' orders.
3. An outpatient department of a hospital.
[L. dis-penso, pp. -atus, to distribute by weight, fr. penso, to weigh]

dispensary

/dis·pen·sa·ry/ (-pen´sah-re)
1. a place for dispensation of free or low cost medical treatment.
2. any place where drugs and medicines are actually dispensed.

dispensary

(dĭ-spĕn′sə-rē)
n. pl. dispensa·ries
1. An office in a hospital, school, or other institution from which medical supplies, preparations, and treatments are dispensed.
2. A public institution that dispenses medicines or medical aid.

dis·pen·sa·ry

(dis-pen'săr-ē)
1. A physician's office, especially the office of one who dispenses medicines.
2. The office of a hospital pharmacist, where medicines are distributed on physicians' orders.
3. An outpatient department of a hospital.
[L. dis-penso, pp. -atus, to distribute by weight, fr. penso, to weigh]

dispensary

A department of a hospital or clinic supplying drugs and other medical supplies on demand.

dis·pen·sa·ry

(dis-pen'săr-ē)
1. A physician's office, especially of one who dispenses medicines.
2. The office of a hospital pharmacist, where medicines are given out on physicians' orders.
[L. dis-penso, pp. -atus, to distribute by weight, fr. penso, to weigh]

dispensary

1. a place for dispensation of free or low-cost medical treatment.
2. any place where drugs or medicines are actually dispensed.
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